6 Fun Budget-Friendly Gifts for Business Clients

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s time to start thinking about fun, budget-friendly gifts for your business clients! Once you’ve chosen your budget-friendly gifts, add a note, too, to incorporate a personal touch. By taking the time to appreciate your business clients, you’re contributing to a healthy business relationship that’ll continue for years to come.

6 Fun, Budget-Friendly Gifts for Business Clients

  1. Edible Arrangements. During the holidays, indulging in sweets is the seasonal norm … even in bouquets. Edible Arrangements makes fabulous bouquets of fruit waiting to be dipped in chocolate. You can choose the bouquet size depending on the client’s office size, complemented by a personalized note.
  2. Personalized wine. Your business clients can have a drink on you with this gift! At PersonalWine.com, you can add your company’s logo to an assortment of wine—from Brut to Red—and have a bottle delivered to your clients. While this seems like a costly gift, the ability to customize the bottle size makes this fit for any budget.
  3. Gifts for their pets. Animal lovers treat their pets like family members. You’ll immediately hit a soft spot when you gift their pet with a new chew toy or a monthly membership to a pet-friendly site such as BarkBox.
  4. Customized decanters. For the whiskey or wine lover, Things Remembered offers fabulous decanters that can be engraved. When ordered in bulk, you also receive a special discount.
  5. Handmade office items. There’s a niche for those who adore office supplies, and these gifts are for them! Gift your business client a handmade business card holder, personalized stamp or notepads or other one-of-a-kind office supplies. Look to sites like Etsy to get some neat ideas.
  6. Gift cards. When all else fails, everyone loves a gift card. Gift cards are essentially the gift that keeps on giving. Contribute to a meal they can enjoy or to websites like Amazon where the shopping options are endless.

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